March 15, 2019 5:05 pm

Vancouver police seek women who may have had contact with high-risk offender

Trevor Leonard Smith, 45, has been convicted of multiple sexual offences and is now facing more charges.


Vancouver police are asking women to come forward who may have had contact with a high-risk offender who now faces additional charges.

Trevor Leonard Smith, 45, was arrested Friday for violating court-ordered conditions.

Smith has been convicted of multiple sexual offences previously.

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The Corrections Service of Canada deems Smith a high-risk for committing violence against women and sexual offences against children.

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In November 2017, Smith moved to Vancouver after finishing his sentence. Vancouver police issued a warning advising the public about his court-imposed conditions.

Investigators believe Smith has violated several of those conditions, and six counts of breaching a recognizance have been approved by Crown counsel. Smith is still in custody.

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“The VPD’s High-Risk Offender Unit has been monitoring Smith since he was released,” said Const. Jason Doucette in a statement,

“They have learned that Smith may also be identifying himself as Trevor Landry, and Trevor Kevin Williams. Detectives would like to hear from any women who may have had contact with Smith since his release in 2017.”

Smith is bound by several court-ordered conditions including:

  • Not to be at any place where children and/or youth under the age of 16 years are present or can reasonably be expected
  • No contact, direct or indirect, with children and/or youth 16 years of age or under
  • Report relationships and friendships with females
  • Not to consume or possess alcohol or drugs
  • Not to use or possess a computer system, including handheld device allowing unsupervised internet access

Anyone with information about Trevor Leonard Smith violating any of the conditions, is asked to call investigators at 604-717-0603.

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